Hosteria Las Dunas

Address: Calle 200 no 751, El Calafate, Province of Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Calle 200 no 751, El Calafate, is near Glaciar Perito Moreno and El Chalten.
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      Travel Blogs from El Calafate

      A big highlight day Glacier Perito Moreno

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Nov 18, 2014

      ... each way. We then joined the rest of the group for the trip back to
      El Calafate. We again stopped in town to visit our coffee shop and then after
      the group meeting at the hotel we joined the group for tea. The meal was at another
      classy and relatively expensive restaurant. We enjoyed the food and company but
      didn’t get back to our room until late and then had to pack for our departure
      early the next morning.

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      Patagonia

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 28, 2014

      ... we headed for bed.

      Up again for a very poor breakfast Sam and I cut out to another nearby hostel to check availability. On entering the vibe was a lot better and we made the switch with minimal fuss and a nice little money saver. The town is a lot smaller than I expected. It is basically just one street filled with outdoor shops, excursion shops and memrobilla shops. Not even a barbers. No chance of a camera here. It's ...

      "Jaw Dropping!"

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 14, 2014

      4 comments, 41 photos

      ... framed and halted at the wall,it seems to defy gravity and it speaks in its own guttural language,urging itself forward at 2m a day but wanting to go faster,it looks frustrated at its minuscule movement.As I watch there is a massive explosion which is deafening and I just manage to grab my camera to take a shot of the leading face of the glacier,some 200m wide and 80m high come crashing down like a building,time seems to stop still as I watch this natural catastrophe of the ...

      Patagonia

      A travel blog entry by hanajean on Apr 25, 2014

      35 photos

      ... out to the glacier and hiked over some beautiful colourful rocks (Lach would have been in his element!) to the start of the ice. There we stopped and put crampons on our hiking boots. It is a weird feeling walking on ice and took some getting use to trusting the crampons. The glacier is not flat and smooth, it is a lot of hills and caves and the whole time you are conscious that you are walking on ice that is constantly moving from within. It was a perfect day for it and we ...

      More Glaciers

      A travel blog entry by augsabroad on Mar 25, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... and have a good number of things to do. Maybe we felt like we needed a break after Torres, or maybe we felt like we needed a break from spending money (and this town was pretty expensive as wel), but neither of us were blown away by the town. It had one main street with a bunch of cute shops and restaurants, but it struck us much the same way that San Pedro had: with a weird movie-scene like feeling that none of it was real. We only ...